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Pictured above, Notre Dame principal Ralph Defazio (second from right) welcomed Mark Moroz (left), Nick Nero and Shannon Briggs back to their alma mater for induction into the high school's Wall of Fame Friday. Photo: BERND FRANKE/Tribune Staff

Coach Mark Moroz in Notre Dame Wall Of Fame

Christ School's Coach Mark Moroz returned to his alma mater, Notre Dame High School in Canada, last week to receive induction into the high school’s Wall of Fame. 

This honor was a nice surprise for Mark Moroz, and an opportunity to visit his hometown. “During my time in High School, I would look up at the wall of fame but never imaged to see my name up there.” 

Mark Moroz teaches in the Learning Resources and English departments. He also serves as head football coach and Head of Young House. Mark earned his Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Wake Forest University, where he played football. Following a professional football career, he coached at Wake Forest for two years, and then moved to Forsyth Country Day School where he taught English and music and served as head football coach and Assistant Athletic Director.

Head Coach Mark Moroz took over the Christ School Football program in 2011 and led the Greenies to a school record of 8 consecutive victories and an 8-1 record that season. In 2012, Coach Moroz improved on the previous season as the Greenies won all of their regular season games to go 10-0, including a 52-7 victory against Asheville School in the "The Game." Christ School went on to win two playoff games and advanced to the Championship Game.

In the last 2 seasons, the Greenies have retained the Trophy with wins over Asheville School. This year, 2014, was the third consecutive year that the Greenies had reached at least the semi-final round. a testament to the leadership of Coach Moroz. His football team's combined record over the past four years is 35-10.

Moroz said that the Wall of Fame honor was also “a great experience to return to my high school and be part of the ceremony.”

“I had wonderful coaches and role models during my time at Notre Dame High School. I am very fortunate to be part of the Christ School community where I am able to emulate my coaches as I help student-athletes achieve their goals.” 

Congratulations, Coach Moroz!

Christmas in the Greenie Dome - Tonight at 6

Support Hoops for Habitat & Enjoy a Social After the Game

Join us tonight at 6:00 p.m. to help cheer for the varsity basketball team as they host Providence Day School in the Greenie Dome. Tonight will also be a Hoops for Habitat fundraiser and Christmas in the Greenie Dome. Students will sell wristbands, Chick Fil-A sandwiches, and pizza while also accepting donations to help fundraise for the Habitat Student Build. Also, $5 buys you a raffle ticket for a chance to shoot a half-court shot at halftime. Make the shot and you win 50% of proceeds from the raffle. The more tickets you buy, the bigger the prize!

The Habitat Student Build is a partnership between Christ School, Asheville Christian Academy, Carolina Day School, and Asheville Area Habitat to raise funds for and construct a Habitat home in West Asheville during the spring of 2015.

After the basketball game, Greenies and Greenie Girls are invited to a social in the student center.

Don't miss this exciting night!

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Senior Will Buckner has committed to play basketball at Lees-McRae; while Senior Austin Cooke will continue playing football for North Greenville.  Click on highlighted colleges for more information.

Christ School Tip-Off Tournament 11/21-22

Christ School's varsity basketball team will host a four team basketball tournament tonight through Saturday afternoon! Join us in Mebane Fieldhouse and help us cheer for the Greenies.

Friday November 21
Kennedy Charter v. Greenfield School 6:30 p.m.
Pinewood Prep v. Christ School 8:00 p.m.

Saturday November 22
Pinewood Prep v. Greenfield School 12:00 p.m.
Kennedy Charter v. Christ School 1:30 p.m.

We will be streaming both Christ School games starting 15 minutes prior to tip-off:

Go Greenies!

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Most Valuable - Sage Holley

Most Improved - Marcellos Allison

Outstanding Lineman - Walker Lanning

Sarrell Courage - Landon Archangelo


Most Valuable - Cal Jansen

Most Improved - Liam McCann

Cross Country

Most Valuable - Liam Pulsifer

Most Improved - Harris Smoots

Jonathan Rector '15 signs NLI

to play Golf at Clemson University

Jonathan Rector '15 signed his National Letter of Intent to play golf at Clemson University on Wednesday, November 12, 2014. 

in 2014, Jonathan was recognized as the Asheville Citizen-Times Player of the Year. In that same year, the Christ School Golf Team won the NCISAA 3A State Championship and Jonathan was named to the All-State Team.

Earlier in 2014, Christ School won the Buncombe County Golf Tournament, where Rector became the individual medalist.

He followed up that victory by winning the North Carolina High School Invitational on April 14, earning a feature as WLOS’s Game Changer.

Coach David Gaines explains that Jonathan "has a gift for the game and hand-eye coordination is outstanding."

Congratulations, Jonathan! 

Greenie Sage Holley was awarded the Co-Citizen-Times Player of Week award for his 6 touchdown effort against the Blues in the NCISAA playoff game.

Along with an Asheville Citizen-Times article on Sage Holley.

Christ School enters the NCISAA Division II Playoffs as the #3 Seed and will Host #6 Asheville School in 1st round action

The Game & Parent Council Tailgate - this Saturday!

Today marks the start of Asheville School Week! This festive autumn week features athletic events between Christ School and our respected rival, Asheville School. Students and faculty enjoy spirited events throughout the week, culminated with "The Game" against Asheville School. 


Saturday, November 1

Don't miss The Game at Christ School! Kick-off is at 1:00 p.m., and the Parent Council tailgate starts at 11:30 a.m. (pictured right). If you can't make it out this weekend, you can also watch the game from home with our live-stream:

At halftime during The Game, we will hold the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Click here for more details of eventful weekend

Go Greenies - Beat The Blues! 


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"The Game" is the oldest prep school football rivalry in both North and South Carolina,  dating back to 1911. The Fayssoux-Arbogast Trophy was created in 1971 and was named after Richard Fayssoux, football coach at Christ School from 1920 to 1966 and B.H. Arbogast, Asheville School coach from 1930-1967. Winning this trophy has come to represent the ultimate recognition between the two independent schools.

Photo above taken by Greenie Dad Ed Foster P'15:

Football hosts the Greenville Hurricanes

Tonight - 5:00 p.m. JV kick-off, 7:30 p.m. Varsity kick-off

Join us at Christ School tonight to cheer for the the JV and varsity football teams as they host the Greenville Hurricanes - kick-off at 5:00 p.m. for JV and 7:30 for varsity. Tonight we will also celebrate Senior Night for the football players before the varsity game. 

If you can't make it out to Christ School, you can watch our live-stream from home starting at 7:15:

Go Greenies!


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Additional Christ School athletics web coverage appears online on the The Asheville Citizen-Times website and the official website of the NCISAA. To find past articles posted on, go to News and Events or use the search function above.

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Arden, NC 28704
T: 828-684-6232
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